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#2 Jake Levin
Position: Back
Height: 6'3"
Year: Senior
City/State: Columbia, Md.
High School: McDonogh School

Career Games Played/Started: 65/64
Career Stats: 4 goals, 1 assist, 9 points

2011: Second-team All-Ivy ... Just the second player in program history top earn All-Ivy honors all four seasons ... Appeared in 15 matches, earning the start each match ... Fifth on the team with two goals ... Scored against Stony Brook (9/24) during the Penn Soccer Classic ... Notched first career Ivy League goal against Princeton (11/5) ... Was a constant on the field, playing 1,389 of a possible 1.397 minutes in his matches.

2010:
Second-team All-Ivy … Appeared in 15 matches, starting each one … Manning the central backfield, was a key cog in a Penn defense that allowed just 0.82 goals per game … On the field for eight of Penn’s nine shutouts … Recorded two shots against Richmond (9/26), sending one on goal.

2009: Second-team All-Ivy ... Played in all 17 games, starting 16 ... Anchored a defense that held opponents to a 1.44 goals-against average and posted six shutouts ... Had eight shots on offense, four on goal ... Two shots on goal came against Temple (9/23).

2008: Honorable mention All-Ivy ... Started all 18 games, one of just two freshmen to play do so ... First freshman since Mike Klein, Alex Grendi and Ryan Porch in 2005 to earn a regular starting spot in his first season ... Helped anchor backline that secured 11 shutouts on the season including 673:25 consecutive minutes to start the season ... Scored first collegiate points with back-to-back goals off offensive headers vs. Mercer (9/21) ... Assisted on the game-winner at Cornell (10/4) ...Three-time Ivy League Rookie of the Week (9/22, 11/3, 11/17) ... Philadelphia Soccer Seven Player of the Week (9/22).

High School: Played three years with Maryland ODP including trips to Italy, Brazil and Argentina ... Won the 2006 National Championship with the Baltimore Casa Mia Bays ... 2008 Academy League ... 2007 Region I semifinalist ... Four-year varsity player at the McDonogh School ... Two-time team captain ... Two-time MIAA Champion (2004, 2007) ... Ranked #17 nationally by NSCAA ... Team set the Maryland record with 20 shutouts in 24 games during his senior campaign ... Named first team all-county, all-metro, all-Examiner and all-state as a senior ... Named first-team all-Baltimore County and all-MIAA as a junior ... MIAA semifinalist (2005) and finalist (2006) ... Also lettered in indoor and outdoor track & field ... RL Scholar ... Editor of TILT, off-beat newspaper ... Earned honor roll status every semester ... Named to the Dean's list ... Volunteered for Chesapeake Habitat for Humanity.

Personal: Son of Jill and Maury Levin ...Has one brother, Brent ... Played with fellow Quakers Christian Barreiro and Thomas Brandt on the Casa Mia Bays club team ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Why Penn? "I chose Penn to get a great education and play for a high-level soccer program."


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